Malbin retires from CTFA
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
VP Public Affairs Irene Malbin will retire after 17 years of service with the association, effective May 31, The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association reports May 18. A replacement has not been chosen. During her tenure, Malbin has been incremental in reporting CTFA's work to the public. She also developed the association's "Work Your Image!" program which offers advice for women on job interviewing and professional appearance, and helped plan and execute CTFA's 100 anniversary events, spearheaded CTFA's sponsorship of the PBS series "Mystery of the Senses" and served as public affairs counsel for CTFA Foundation's "Look Good...Feel Better" program. Before joining CTFA, Malbin worked in public affairs for the National Soft Drink Association and FDA...
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